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From the Desk of Executive Director, Jose Cruz

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It's the end of our second quarter and the new year has gotten off to an exciting start! Thank you for helping us ensure all students have access to higher education resulting in thriving communities and a better world. Read More »

Call to Action from Nonprofit Panelists

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Panelists were asked what Partners can do to support their efforts and the topics of poverty and homelessness in San Diego, with the greatest challenges identified as 1. Lack of housing and 2. Access to nutritious food. Here's your call to action and ways to get involved! Read More »

Q&A Julie DeMeules HR Practice Group

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The Human Resources Practice Group is seeking additional Partners to join! Read more to find out about the Practice Group, Julie DeMeules experience in the group, and how to get involved. Read More »

#whySVP? Partner Brad Kleban

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It has been an amazing growth experience for me. I describe working with SVP as a masters class in nonprofits. When I started I couldn’t tell you the difference between... Read More »

#whySVP? From the Nonprofits

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Read what some of the nonprofit organizations we've worked with have to say about about San Diego Social Venture Partners. Read More »

Funding Cycle 2017 Event Dates Announced!

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Announcing the Funding Cycle Dates! January - July 2017. The Funding Cycle is a 6-month, annual process to select organizations, called Investees, to receive our pro-bono consulting and grants. This process includes multiple steps to ensure we select high-quality organizations that are a great fit for San Diego Social Venture Partners. This is one of the most exciting times at SDSVP! The Funding Cycle is a fun and engaging way to collaborate and problem solve with your fellow Partners. Read More »

#whySVP? Partner Julie DeMeules

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#whySVP? I stay for the continued learning and the incredible organizations that I get to work with. I have learned so much about the non-profit sector and what makes them successful, how to evaluate non-profits and their needs, and have gained real insight into the issues facing our community. I have been able to share my Human Resources expertise with many organizations, but I have to say I have gained so much myself. Read More »